In previous posts, we have discussed how to think about research and where to find a comprehensive research database, how homeopathy works, homeopathic provings as a special type of research, and suggestions on how to plan and prepare clinical case reports. In this post, we point to another vital resource for anyone looking for succinct and reliable information about homeopathy … [Read more...]
How much do you know about homeopathic “proving” research?
In the regular monthly postings, we have touched on “How to cope with research” (August 12, 2015) which deals with the sometimes dizzying and often confusing world of research in homeopathy. “How does homeopathy work?” (September 23, 2015) focused on Dr. Iris Bell’s extremely useful answer to this question. This month, we turn our attention to an important aspect of research in … [Read more...]
How does homeopathy work?
In our last post, we talked about a coping strategy for how to deal with research in homeopathy. This time we will attempt to address an important question: how does homeopathy work? Because the physico-chemical research underlying this question continues to unfold, it is not possible to provide a definitive answer. However, Dr. Iris Bell of the Department of Family and … [Read more...]
Research in Homeopathy
Welcome to the Research page of HomeopathyAZ! My name is Anna Vakil and I will be posting to this page approximately once per month. This page is for both users of homeopathy as well as practitioners, since we all deal with homeopathy research in some way. Of course, others are most welcome to post as well. Please keep in mind that the views expressed on this page belong to … [Read more...]